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Description of Content
Grant by Conan, [Conan, the Abbot, occurs at the end of the twelfth century, 1170 - 1180] Abbot of Margam, to Gregory and John, nephews of Helyas the clerk, of all the land which William, Earl of Gloucester, gave to Gregory de Turri and Helias his clerk, at Kenefeg - and which the said Helias, with assent of the Earl and of William the son of Gregory, gave to the Abbey at a yearly rent - on condition of a yearly rent of one pound of pepper, saving to the mother of Helias her part, which she holds for life; and to the father and mother of John, their tenement for life; and on the death of Helias’s mother, her part to be divided between Gregory and John. Witnesses : Dom. James, Prior of Margam; John, Prior of Eweni; Roger, cellarer of Margam; Brother Jordan and Brother Roger, conversi; Daniel the priest of Kenefeg; Maurice the clerk, son of William the dean; Stephen the writer, Walter Luvell Gillebert Gramus, Thomas de Corneli, Richard son of Albert.
Parties (from repository catalogue)
1) Conan, abbot of Margam 2) Gregory and John, nephews of Helias the Clerk
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|Vertical Size (mm)||40|
|Horizontal Size (mm)||27|
Half length tonsured man full face holding a pastoral staff in his right hand and a book in his left hand (both hands folded into chest)
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